Personal Computer World, January 1995
Excerpt from a review by James Taylor
One of the concerns of genealogists is the recording of source material, both to validate their data and to point to further research. Reunion excels here by supporting shared reference notes that allow you to enter source details once only, then cite them on any family card in almost any data entry field, as many times as you like... The unusual thing abou the charts is that Reunion gives you complete control over the positioning of the boxes which you can slide about on screen until they fit where you want them to... One of the most comprehensive record keepers available. It can also be used by beginners, even if they never get to appreciate its advanced features."